Ratings for Dr. Martin S. Horn
I have been forced to go to this doctor because it's really hard to find another one, but the staff is awful they are rude, today was the last time I was there, I arrived 10 min late and it was because I couldn't find the office, when I arrived no body was at the front desk except for a woman who told me that she need to reschedule, when I said why? She said that because I was late, but all the time I had to wait like 30 minutes to see the doctor for a 10 min consultation.
Dr. Horton is nice, friendly, and polite with patients. Yet he's knowledgeable, taking time to check my concerns, and explain sufficiently his diagnosis. He will take time to make sure you understand what has been explained and write it down if needed. Sometimes it is difficult to find an appointment in the near future - and there's a reason for that- so make sure to set your appointments on ahead of time.
I have been going to Dr. Horn for almost 10 years to treat my psoriasis. He is the only dermatologist I have seen since my diagnosis 15 years ago that was able to get it under control. Before seeing him it covered 75% of my body. Now it covers no more than 1%. He is kind, knowledgeable and just an all around excellent doctor.
Staff was cold. Did not even greet me. Just told me to sit down and wait until they were done busy doing whatever it was they were doing. It qas my first visit, by the way too. Talked and texted at the window instead with other coworkers. A simple smile goes a long way. The doctor gets straight to business, which is nice for some people, but isnt the very personable type that tries to connect to his patients. Very in and out like. Was very passionate and serious about what he had to say. Don't forget to wear sunscreen or be prepared to feel the wrath
I could not have been more dissatisfied with my visit to Dr. Horn. I did not find him to be very knowledgeable at all in treating my skin condition; much of the information he gave me was either incomplete or outright false. Very arrogant and temperamental when dealing with sensitive medical issues- I would never visit him again if I had the choice.
This doctor refused to prescribe topical antibiotic gel for my son's acne and insisted on him taking the oral one. I wanted him to try the topical first. It seems almost all doctors are in the profession for money. They want their patients to take those harmful oral ones for two or three months so they can make more money. I am sure they would not treat their own children the way they do others.
Dr. Martin S. Horn's Credentials
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- George Washington University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1977)
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